Schon Boden's Lydia (51534) x Philip of Glengorm (64533) Sexed for Heifers Only
Schon Boden's Lydia (51534) x Philip of Glengorm (64533) Sexed for Heifers Only
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Schon Boden's Lydia (51534) x Philip of Glengorm (64533) Sexed for Heifers Only

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Schon Boden's Lydia is quickly becoming farm favorite around here. Sired by Buckwheat of Gurholt and out of Schon Boden's Claire, Lydia is a paternal sister to Highland Genetics famous donor cow, Schon Boden's Josie. Like Josie, Lydia has those highly sought after "Schon Boden's" qualities. At 12 years old she still sports her larger frame beautifully along with having great feet and a good udder. Lydia is long, wide, square, docile, and is a prime example of what longevity should look like in a highly productive cow. Find more lineage and progeny information about Lydia Here

Philip of Glengorm is also a newer addition to Highland Genetics. In 2023 we partnered with Glengorm Castle and imported Philip's genetics to the United States. Philip of Glengorm is the very first direct import from Glengorm Castle since Jock of Glengorm over 40 years ago. Philip is staple to the breed. Structurally correct with lots of depth and an athletic stride. Sired by Philip of Richmond Hill and out of Sheila Mor 12th of Glengorm. These 2 are outstanding examples of the quality genetics Glengorm is known for producing. Glengorm females are made to cover a lot of ground in the Highlands.  They excel in having excellent feet, legs and udders. Philip of Glengorm's pedigree is a who's-who of UK-based genetics. Philip's first calf-crop averaged a BW of 58lbs and have a lot of depth of body and muscle gain.  Most of these genetics have never been publicly available in the past, and they can be found right here at Highland Genetics. 

Find more information about Philip Here

Quality genetics will never not be in demand. This is the kind of cross that will create long-lasting, easy-going, high quality females with a sought after pedigree for years to come. 

Embryos are grade #1 or #2, and are sexed for heifers only.